NJAMHAA Honors Members for their Courage and Compassion
The New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies (NJAMHAA) will hold its annual Courage & Compassion Awards reception on April 2, 2014 at the Pines Manor in Edison, NJ, to honor the following members:
Outstanding Leader in Mental Healthcare Services - Enrico DeGironimo, LCSW
Executive Director, Ocean Partnership for Children
Judy Remington Award for Consumer Empowerment - Sandy Grebel, MSW, LCSW
Clinical Specialist, Residential Services, Preferred Behavioral Health of New Jersey
Courage to Change - Melissa McLean
Program Trainer, Collaborative Support Program of New Jersey
Outstanding Leader in Addiction Treatment Services - Galindo King, MHS, LCADC
Executive Director, Freedom House
Outstanding Peer - Erika Reading
Peer Advocate, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton
Excellence in Integrated Care - Nancy Schneeloch, MPA, BSW
Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services, Inc.
Doris Boyd Award for Outstanding Care/Case Management - Kyra Taliaferro
Case Worker, Family Advocacy Services Team, Jewish Family Service of Atlantic ad Cape May Counties
Extraordinary Compassion in Mental Healthcare Services - Amy White, LPC, NCC, LCADC, ACS
Crisis Director, Camden County, Twin Oaks Community Service
Outstanding Provider - Center for Family Services
Congratulations and infinite thanks to all of our award recipients, as well as all our other members who have an inspiring and an amazing impact on children and adults throughout New Jersey!
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